Smart DIY Home Cleaning Tips & Hacks That Will Save You Time & Money

Smart DIY Home Cleaning Tips & Hacks That Will Save You Time & Money




Architecture & Design: Smart DIY Home Cleaning Tips & Hacks That Will Save You Time & Money

Keeping our homes clean and spot-less is a never-ending tasks. This is what makes it difficult for homeowners, especially for people with kids and pets running around the house. If you’re one of the billions of people out there who are struggling to keep their home clean, then you have come to the right place, as this entry will talk about some of the best hacks for home cleaning. Here’s the second part of our home cleaning hacks (part II).



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Grater clogged with food and grimes? Clean it by grating chunks of raw potatoes.

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Carpets are magnets for human and animal hairs. And trapped hairs are unsightly. The worst thing about them is they’re tedious to get rid of. Well, you can actually get rid of them easily by squeegee to clean your carpet.



Clean your curling iron using a steel wool. Brush the burnt stains slowly and wipe it clean with a towel.


Coffee stains on table cloth are one of the most common eyesores, and they can difficult to get rid of. Unless you use baking soda in cleaning.

Clean glass baking dishes by making a ball of aluminum foil and some dish washing soap. The soft aluminum will clean the glass without leaving scratches.

Remove spilled glitter using clay or Play Dough. Your kids may hate this, but it’s the easiest way. Well of course, you can always wipe the surface with a wet cloth

Dirty makeup brush? Clean it using baby shampoo and hang it dry to avoid the risk of mold. Make sure it’s completely dry before using it again

Clean your showerhead of stains by wrapping it with a plastic bag filled with vinegar.


Restore your old sneakers to its old beautiful look using toothpaste and a plastic rubber. Pour ample amount of toothpaste to the rubber and rub your shoes with it slowly.

Hide the ugly marks and scratches from your leather furniture by applying shoe polish on the leather surface. Of course, make sure you use the right color and rub off any excess shoe polish so it can’t stain anyone

Clean your bathroom tiles using a mixture of bleach and baking soda. Use the mixture with the mop or brush to get rid of the trapped grimes in between tiles.

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